The following ideas have helped me.
-I want my one thought to be,”I have this good day. How am I going to use it?”
-I traded my doormat in on a flying carpet.
-In a co-dependent relationship, both parties make each other weak.
-If I am coasting, I am going downhill.
-When I desperately needed love and acceptance, I often acted in a way that created conflict.
-I am tired of saying,”I am going to be able to really live when this crisis is past,” I want to learn to say, “I am going to be fully alive right through the crisis.”
-I used to think beating myself up was a means of emotional growth. That is like my Dad thinking that he was helping me by severely punishing me with a razor strap.
-”Pray for the stranger” is a good parental prayer for a worried Mom or Dad. It is a prayer that God will send a stranger to help the kid that is in trouble.
-I want to look at the past only to be able to let go of the past.
-When I started working my program, it worked me.
-I defeat my perfectionism- imperfectly.
Good Ideas 2…..The following ideas have helped me.
I like days that my Out-box goes down more than my In-box goes up.
I need to be my own best friend instead of my own worst enemy.
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Good Ideas 1…..Said by a wonderful program friend after she had lost an expensive necklace: “My life is no better or worse because I lost my necklace”.
The most important things in my life are not things.
I put on sanity in the mornings just like I put on my clothes.
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